By Michael B. Kassel
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Smithers was a very introspective child, concerned about the problems affecting the world. "Sometimes when I'm sitting in my room I just feel like screaming and pounding my pillow," Smithers told Newsweek. Smithers went on to say in the article that she was very confused about the world and what was happening ("Six Faces" 66). Much like Bailey Quarters, Smithers was also very interested in social and political issues. In a 1980 TV Guide article, Smither revealed that she had always been sensitive to world and political problems; at the age of five she recalled being terrified of the bomb.
I was able to bring my chemistry to the group, which [included] my understanding of the industry and my understanding of people that run local television and local radio stations. I'd worked with them. I knew them. " Once Jump was cast, Wilson asked him to read with several hopefuls competing for the Andy Travis role. The day after snaring the part-a Friday-Jump went to CBS and screen tested with seven actors. the person that they had picked was the one that I felt I had great chemistry with. That was Gary Sandy" (Jump).
That was tried and you could see the Band-Aids... "She says, 'Well, maybe it's just cause I'm going on and I'm getting excited... " (Wilson). " Because of the studio air conditioning, Anderson was to be troubled by the nightmare of the nipples in every episode. "Someone once came up with the funniest idea I'd ever heard," added Anderson. "They thought I should wear a padded bra" (Anderson). While appearance caused a problem for Anderson, it provided a solution for Bonner. Recall that, upon receiving the part, Bonner began looking for something that would make his seven-episode test character a viable part of the show; he found the answer in Herb's wardrobe.
America’s Favorite Radio Station: WKRP in Cincinnati by Michael B. Kassel